USA TODAY Reports: New Hampshire House Kills Gay Marriage Repeal Bill

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire lawmakers on Tuesday rejected a bill that would have made their state legislature the first one to repeal a gay marriage law, an action that the governor had promised to block.

The state House voted 211-116 to kill the measure, ending a push in the Legislature to rescind New Hampshire’s 2-year-old gay marriage law. Nevertheless, both sides are pledging to continue fighting into the fall elections.

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